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Abercrombie's Half-Naked Studs Take on Nordic 'Fox' Video

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It's hard to stay what's stranger about Abercrombie's new parody of viral video "The Fox." Is it the fact that someone at Abercrombie actually has a sense of humor, or that they're even familiar with Norway-based comedy duo Ylvis, whose weirdo music video has captured more than 50 million views on YouTube? It's probably the former.

Regardless, Abercrombie may have outstripped the original on the bizarro factor, replacing one odd Norwegian with a troop of studly shirtless male models. Watch them dance and flex their abs (mostly flex their abs) after the jump.

· What Does the Fox Say? [Abercrombie & Fitch/YouTube]
· Abercrombie & Fitch Emergency Room Is Coming, Maybe [Racked]